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Weekend Football: Let the Band Play On

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FAMU Rattlers @ Miami Hurricanes, Saturday 7pm on ESPN 306 and WVUM 90.5 FM
The Fins will play Monday, but first will come the Canes vs. FAMU game this Saturday. Let's hope the latter doesn't turn into a notable matchup. There are a few story lines, but mostly "yawn." The most exicitng part could possibly be the fact that the FAMU band will play a 15-minute post-game concert. Above is their latest dance routine, and after the cut is a portion of their tribute to Michael Jackson. Spoiler alert: Yes, that is a gigantic picture of MJ's face!

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